Friday, May 18, 2012


Definition: Interpretation is how you understand a poem.

Example:  I interpret the line "And lose, and start a again at your beginnings," in the poem If by Rudyard Kipling, as an obstacle course.  If you skip a tire on a tire cross, you can't continue on, you would have to start at the beginnig.

Significance:   Interpretation is important because it shows if you really understand something and can make something easier to understand.


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